Jaroslav Kocián

Jaroslav Kocián (22 February 1883 in Ústí nad Orlicí – 8 March 1950 in Prague) was a Czech violinist, classical composer and teacher. Together with Jan Kubelík he is considered as the most important representative of "Ševčík´s school". He was celebrated as an interpreter of violin compositions of Johann Sebastian Bach. As a composer he is especially noted for his compositions for the violin, which have been recorded most often by his student Josef Suk. Provided by Wikipedia
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Kociánová, Ludmila Nápady pro jaro a léto / Ludmila Kociánová / Václav Tichý / Slávka Benediktová ; foto Jaroslav Kocián ; grafická úprava Miloslav Fulín 1996
Kociánová, Ludmila Nápady pro podzim a zimu / Ludmila Kociánová, Václav Tichý, Slávka Benediktová ; foto Jaroslav Kocián 1996
Kociánová, Ludmila Nápady pro celý rok / Ludmila Kociánová, Jaroslava Nováková, Ludmila Šťástková ; foto Jaroslav Kocián 1998
Kociánová, Ludmila Nápady pro sváteční chvíle / Ludmila Kociánová, Jaroslava Nováková, Ludmila Šťastková ; [fotografie Jaroslav Kocián] ; [potah a grafická úprava Miloslav Fulín] 1999
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